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British Dictionary definitions for mitch

mitch

mich

verb
  1. (intr) dialect to play truant from school
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Word Origin

C13: probably from Old French muchier, mucier to hide, lurk
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  • So Mitch sat right up and looked at his hand which wasn't swelled.

    Mitch Miller

    Edgar Lee Masters

  • I knew Mitch's name and had seen him, but we hadn't run together yet.

    Mitch Miller

    Edgar Lee Masters

  • You can't fool boys much, and you couldn't fool Mitch and me.

    Mitch Miller

    Edgar Lee Masters

  • Mitch's face was red and he looked earnest, and I suppose I did too.

    Mitch Miller

    Edgar Lee Masters

  • And you get your place and find your friends, and you find one friend as I found Mitch.

    Mitch Miller

    Edgar Lee Masters